This position is located within the Division of Procurement Services - Audit and Certification Section
Note: This position is Temporary with hours not to exceed 30 each work week.
Under general supervision, serves as a senior-level advisor and manager of the Office of Audit and Certification in the performance of procurement activity audits, including supervision of audit staff members, of all state agencies, colleges, universities, technical colleges, and the State's largest public school districts for compliance with the SC Consolidated Procurement Code (SCCPC) or School District Procurement Code and assists the Director of Audit and Certification in the development of agency procurement certification recommendations for presentation to the State Fiscal Accountability Authority.
Determines audit priority and work assignments of subordinate auditors to ensure audits are accomplished within schedules. Performs review and evaluation of audit work
papers and reports to ensure audit program objectives are accomplished. Confers with subordinate auditors to give advice and instructions to clarify work assignments and directions. Provides evaluations of subordinate auditor performance to the Director of Audit and Certification.
Conducts specialized reviews of complex procurement activity problem areas including special investigations of sensitive matters of agencies to determine compliance with the Consolidated Procurement Code and Regulations and the three Chief Procurement Officers' procurement policies and procedures using audit program or an approved modified version determined by audit scope requirements. Performs other special projects as directed by the Director of Audit and Certification.
Assists the Director of Audit and Certification with strategic goals by planning, developing and implementing office goals and objectives.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
A bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration, finance or insurance and experience in professional-level accounting, auditing or financial management.
At least five (5) years of experience as a senior level auditor or audit manager performing large, complex audits reviewing internal controls and compliance requirements in financial, accounting, procurement, or other related fields.
Experience working with the South Carolina Enterprise Information System (SCEIS), or other SAP, and Microsoft Office software. Experience developing concise conclusions and reports from complex investigations and reviews of large data and information sets. Exceptional attention to detail.
The State Fiscal Accountability Authority is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, disability, political affiliation, marital status, veteran status or any other legally protected category.